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1 University of New Mexico
Dr. Baisravan HomChaudhuri has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 2013. His research interest includes Distributed Optimization, Optimal Control, Model Predictive Control, Fault Diagnostics, Estimation and their applications in Robotics, Connected Vehicle Systems, and Power Systems. His current research focuses on reachability analysis of space vehicle docking, robot path planning in presence of stochastically moving obstacles, and robust control design for circadian control.
- Avanika Mahajan, Lama A. Youssef, Cédric Cleyrat, Rachel Grattan, Shayna R. Lucero, Christopher P. Mattison, M. Frank Erasmus, Bruna Jacobson, Lydia Tapia, William S. Hlavacek and Mark Schuyler, "Allergen Valency, Dose, and FcεRI Occupancy Set Thresholds for Secretory Responses to Pen a 1 and Motivate Design of Hypoallergens", In The Journal of Immunology, 198(3) pp.1034-1046, Feb. 2017. (pdf)
- Hao-Tien Chiang, Baisravan HomChauhudri, Lee Smith, Lydia Tapia, "Safety, Challenges, and Performance of Motion Planners in Dynamic Environments", In 2017 International Symposium of Robotics Research (ISRR), Puerto Varas, Chile, Dec. 2017. (pdf, Bibtex)